tv Jimmy Kimmel Live ABC July 16, 2014 11:35pm-12:38am EDT
hd-8. >> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight -- bob newhart. nicola peltz. this week in unnecessary censorship. and music from spoon. with cleto and the cletones. and now, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: right before i came out, there was a guy named rodney that works here.
he goes, check your zipper. i did one of these. and it was fine. it was zipped up. we've had a lot of visitors from out of town tonight. if this is your first time in hollywood, those super heroes outside, they will not save you. [ laughter ] if your life is in danger, they will be of no help. in fact, they'll probably be the reason your life is in danger. i notice there are new transformers outside. that's because there's a new movie. that's how it works around here. a new spiderman movie comes out, all of a sudden the street is crawling with spidermans. all of a sudden they multiply. "transformers, age of extinction" opens tonight. if you haven't seen the previous three transformers, there are these alien cars that turn into robots. there, you're all caught up. [ laughter ] you understand. you have enough of the movie.
[ cheers and applause ] one of the stars of that movie is here with us tonight. her name is nicola peltz. she is here, as is the one and only bob new heart. comedy legend. personally, he's one of my all-time favorites and it's an honor him being here tonight. he's silently judging me. hi, bob. that was the first tv drinking game. someone would say hi bob and you would take a drink. feel free to play that tonight. . guillermo, maybe we should play it on the show tonight. [ applause ] go get the bucket. >> i'll go get two. >> jimmy: i was just kidding, but go ahead, man. speaking of drinking, the u.s. team was back in the world cup today. here in l.a., people got up early to watch the game at 9:00 a.m. the american team played germany. it was a highly anticipated match. you know, the last time the u.s. and gerny squared off tom hanks died so matt damon could
go home. [ laughter ] but this time didn't go go so well, either. germany beat us 1-0. but the good news is, no one was bitten in this game. even though the u.s. lost, we still advance to the next round because in soccer, nothing makes sense at all. there's no rhyme or reason for it. [ applause ] still don't know what's going on. on tuesday, our team mays the winner of group h, which is belgium. belgium is home to two main linguistic groups -- the dutch speaking flemish population and the french speaking population. thank you, week paid -- wikipedia. the belgians are favored to beat us, but they're not the power house germany is. bars all over l.a. were packed with soccer fans. a lot of german fans. we sent a camera crew to a local german bar called the red lion tavern in glendale.
so what's going to happen is, we will see a person on screen, that person will introduce him or herself and we'll try to guess if they are already drunk at 9:00 a.m. okay? now, we don't condone that kind of behavior. where's guillermo, by the way? [ laughter ] but it is fun to observe. so let's start. >> drew from iowa. >> are you already hammered? >> jimmy: is drew from iowa already hammered? >> yes! >> jimmy: let's find out. >> yes. [ cheers and applause ] >> anything you want to say to the fans? >> number one, world war i, world war ii, usa. >> jimmy: we won those. he's the bar historian. next. >> brendan, los angeles. >> are you already hammered? >> jimmy: is brendan? >> no! >> jimmy: we have a mix here. let's see. >> no. german roots. i grew up there. this is breakfast.
[ laughter ] >> jimmy: breakfast is the most important drink of the day, they say. next up. >> zach from pasadena. >> kyle from city of industry. >> it's 9:51 a.m. are you already hammered yet? >> yes! >> jimmy: what gave it away, the giant beer? let's see what they say. >> yeah, i'm pretty tanked. [ laughter ] >> yeah. i'm toast right now. >> how many beers have you had? >> i've had two of these giant things. >> i've been rocking the stein. >> jimmy: been rocking the stein. thanks, bros. let's look at the next. >> i'm doc from burbank, california. and i'm from germany, as well. >> are you already hammered? >> no! >> jimmy: is this immigrant from germany already hammered? let's find out. >> yes, i am.
who isn't? who isn't? we're celebrating. cheers. [ applause ] >> jimmy: who do we have next? >> jay from glendale. >> are you already hammered? >> yes! >> jimmy: oh, poor jay. let's find out. >> no. almost. >> almost? >> yes, i'm hammered. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: probably just kicked in. he talked himself into it. and finally -- >> i'm diana suarez. >> are you hammered yet? >> yes! >> jimmy: well, it would be no fun if she wasn't. [ laughter ] >> i've been hammered since yesterday. it's my birthday. >> can you spell jurgen klinsmann?
>> what the [ bleep ]? [ laughter ] jurgen klinsmann? i've had three beers. i've had three beers. they're big beers. it's my birthday. i'm 33. i can't do this. oh, [ bleep ]! >> jimmy: i don't foresee her making it to 34. but thank you for participating. not everyone was there to drink. some people wanted to watch the game and those fans were rewarded with this, our world cup play of the day. ♪ [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: give you a minute to catch your breath. you know that -- look who's back. you were gone for like half an hour. >> i had to make it myself.
>> jimmy: you have to make what? >> the shot of tequila. >> jimmy: you actually had to, like, ferment the liquor? >> there was no bar tender back there >> jimmy: oh, my god. they left the bar tender staff gone, was there budget cuts? >> he went to the restroom. >> jimmy: go in there and ask if he can help you. >> all right. i'll go back. >> jimmy: he doesn't know when i'm kidding. and i guess i don't know when he's kidding, either. you know that player from uruguay, luis suarez who bit the italian player, he's been ordered to pay a final of $112,000. he is suspended for nine games and banned from all soccer related events for four months and they're also putting him on soft food for a while. and there was another drama involving the team from ghana. the players threatened to boycott today's match against
portugal unless they got paid first. the way it's supposed to work, after the world cup is done, fifa, the governing body, sends the money to ghana. but this being africa, the players felt that the way it would probably work was fifa would send the money to the ghana soccer federation and the ghana soccer federation would turn out to be an empty rented office with no one in it. [ laughter ] it went to the president of ghana, who had to put $3 million in cash on a plane and send it to brazil, which sounds like a nicholas cage movie. but the players got their money, and they hit the field today as scheduled and they lost. [ laughter ] each one of the players from ghana is carrying $130,000 cash around. that seems safe, right? it's a shame it had to happen like that. i know there was a lot of turmoil before the game. you know who i bet would have happy to help the ghana players strapped for cash? donald sterling.
what we call a win-win, right? and tonight in brooklyn, the nba draft -- also known as purchase a giant day -- i love the nba draft. it's the world's largest gathering of young men who have four buttons down the front of their suit jackets. cleveland had the number one overall pick and took andrew wiggins from the university of kansas, who has already announced plans to leave the team to may in miami. so congratulations to all of them. here's a heartwarming story. a chinese billionaire, his name is chen, held his own charity event yesterday in new york. he invited homeless people to lunch at a fancy restaurant in central park. >> chinese recycling tycoon is providing hundreds of homeless people with a gourmet meal and cash handout today. he took out a full-page ad on monday to announce the event. he said he will give each of the attendees $300, and he will
provide some entertainment at the luncheon himself. ♪ we are the children, we are the one to make a brighter day so let's start giving ♪ >> reportedly, he will perform "we are the world." >> jimmy: the reason he invited homeless people is because no one else would listen to him sing. [ laughter ] would you like to hear more? ♪ we are the world, we are the children ♪ >> the musical portion at least went off as billed. the chinese tycoon serenaded his rendition of "we are the world." most of his audience had earlier boarded buses at the new york city rescue mission. >> i forgot what the chinese guy's name is, but i think he's doing a real good thing. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: me, too. i agree. i think it's very nice. weird, but it's nice.
had i seen his performance of "we are the world" a year ago, i would have asked him to sing at my wedding. i've got to get in touch with this guy. we could use a singing billionaire on the show, right? can you imagine? things start to get slow, bring in the singing billionaire. ♪ we are the world, we are the children ♪ ♪ we are are the ones to make a brighter day so let's start giving ♪ >> jimmy: i don't know what they need with the subtitles there. we've got to book him on the show. chen, i need you. you're invited. what did you get? >> i brought you a shot. >> jimmy: i don't want a shot. >> you don't want? >> jimmy: we're supposed to do a shot when somebody says hi, bob. [ cheers and applause ] what a surprise that you picked tequila. gracias. [ cheers and applause ]
let's not make a whole thing of this, all right? >> i'm going to put it away. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, put it away. that's not away. that's next to you. put it away, you'll never find it there. it's thursday night, time for our weekly tribute to the s.e.c. where we bleep and blur things. it is this week in "unnecessary senatorship." [ cheers and applause ] >> major incident in the world cup. a player appeared to [ bleep ] another player. >> i was watch thing game live and i'm like did he just [ bleep ] that guy? >> we'll be back after a [ bleep ] break. >> i've never been more nervous than getting butt [ bleep ] on camera. >> premieres july 22 on nbc. >> how was the [ bleep ] any different than last year?
>> it felt really good. >> keep them down. that was the biggest thing that kind of hurt [ bleep ]. >> he's the only person i've allowed to come inside my [ bleep ]. >> on the high seas. >> i want to see you [ bleep ]. for this bag of money. >> okay, man. >> yeah, nice. look at that, sexy. >> this guy came up to you and said he used to [ bleep ] your butt and you ended him a [ bleep ] job? >> is that true? >> there's be many people that [ bleep ] my butt. >> the [ bleep ] is squishy so you can keep cold air out. [ applause ]
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>> jimmy: welcome back. tonight on the program, starting tomorrow you can see her running, jumping, and maybe diving away from large alien robots in "transformers: age of extinction," nicola peltz is here with us tonight. [ cheers and applause ] and then, their new album "they want my soul" that comes out august 5th, spoon from the at&t outdoor stage. they are good. we've got a nice lineup for you next week. melissa mccarthy will be here, as will jessica alba, susan sarandon, dane cook, marc maron, mark duplass and we will have music from trey songz, royksopp & robyn, sia and robin thicke. so we have a lot going on. join us next week. [ cheers and applause ] our first guest tonight is a bona fide comedy legend and star of one of the greatest tv shows
of all time "the bob new heart show." the complete series dvd box set looks like this. it is available now. you can see him at harrah's atlantic city and sunday at the performing arts center. please welcome bob new heart. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ . >> jimmy: very good to see you. >> thank you, jimmy. >> jimmy: i have to say, i got the box set yesterday and i took it home and watched four episodes last night, one after the other. >> you're crazy. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: don't tell me how it ends, but i love it. i've probably seen every one of these episodes seven times already, just watching them over and over and over again on my little black and white tv set at my home in las vegas as a kid. >> i remember. >> jimmy: i didn't realize they were in color. this is great to have.
you've had three primetime shows "the bob newhart show" "bob newhart" and another one called "bob." all named after you. >> and i had one called "george and leo." george is actually -- my given name is george, george robert. so i kind of kept it all going. >> jimmy: so you're an egomaniac. >> you know where that came from? the first year was 1972, and i was a standup. i came from the standup world. i didn't want to lose my identity as a standup. so i didn't want it to be just married or i married a psychiatrist. and mary tyler moore and dick van dyke. so you wanted to keep your identity just in case the show didn't work. >> jimmy: there might be some wisdom to changing your identity if the show didn't work.
but i'll tell you another thing i noticed last night, the late suzanne plashette that played your wife on the show, she was just so good. everybody was good, but she was especially great. [ cheers and applause ] just attractive in every way and so funny. >> she was a special lady, yeah. we lost her a couple of years ago, but she was marvelous. >> jimmy: she provided the ending to your other series, which i maintain is the greatest ending of any show, when you woke up from the dream. >> well, actually, that was my wife. my wife jenny. we've been married 51 years. that was her idea to end the show like that. >> jimmy: was it really her idea? wow. >> and some people think of it as maybe the greatest. she also has, and she's come up with some other ideas, which didn't work out nearly as well.
[ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, is that right? >> yeah, we were traveling with our kids. we were in venice. and my wife felt, you know, in the states she tried to follow the semi truck drivers because they know where the good food is. so she said if that's true in the states, it's probably true in italy. so when the gondoliers go for lunch, why don't we follow the gondoliers to see where they eat? [ laughter ] this is not one of her great ideas. so we did. we walked over bridges and all that and come to a small little place and the gondoliers stopped and they go in to eat. so we went in and ordered the food. it was terrible. it wasn't edible. but my wife, being the nice person she is, she didn't want
to offend. we didn't touch any of the food, but she didn't want to offend the proprietor. so he said, how was the lunch? i think that's right in italian. how's lunch? snipe -- >> jimmy: lunch-a. >> and we said, great, great. but we have sardines. she put them in a napkin, because she didn't want to offend the proprietor. so she started walking back to the ship we were on, and we had about 300 cats following us. back to san marcos square. >> jimmy: so you're saying it all evens out. >> yeah. >> jimmy: she was actually in the hole until she came up with that idea for the ending. talking about don rickles. i had dinner with don and barbara the other night. he asked me to mention him on the show. so i am now officially mentioning him on the show, which i would have done already.
>> i know, he loves to be mentioned on the show. [ laughter ] he never tires of his name. it's amazing. i have played golf with him one time, and the way he appears on the show, he's in control of everything. but actually, he's very -- he's very -- he needs a lot of support. you have to tell him how good he is. we're playing golf, and i said great shot. but i got tired of it, so i got a cassette and recorded compliments on the cassette. [ laughter ] so he hit his shot and i would play it, wow, you're really playing great. [ laughter ] and then i would play, oh, come
on, you're taking lessons from a pro. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's not a bad idea. i would love to have something like that on my phone now. so you and don are very close friends, we know that. you travel together all the time. >> what we to is we take two weeks. we go on vacation with don for two weeks. then we come back home. then we take a vacation. [ laughter ] so we can enjoy ourselves. [ applause ] >> jimmy: you do what you have to do. bob newhart is here. we'll be right back. want to try out my time machine? it runs on doritos. [ barks ] sure. so now what? got to put the whole bag in. okay. yes! it's really working, jimmy! [ humming, thumping ] [ humming ] [ thumping ] this is the greatest moment of my life! get out of my yard! [ birds chirping ]
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der. thank you very much. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: "the bob newhart show" the complete series, all 142 episodes. why did this take so long to put all these out? >> i don't know. they put out four, and then they stopped putting them out. and people would write me and say, you know, where are the other ones? because we would like a complete set. so they came along and said we would like to put out the entire thing and they did. >> jimmy: you did this basically to shut your fans up. >> they were tweeting me. >> jimmy: i owe you a debt of gratitude. i might not be alive if it weren't for the bob newhart show. there was a scene, i don't know if you remember this, but in one of the episodes you asked a guy to step outside and the guy stepped outside and then you shut the door and you locked it. and i thought that was so funny
and i found myself in a situation where i was about to get in a fight with a guy when i was in high school and he was -- he most certainly would have killed me and i asked him to step outside and he was very angry and he stepped outside and i closed the door and i locked it right behind him. [ cheers and applause ] and i did this. >> we were trying to find that clip. i don't remember the show. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you don't? really? >> i do not remember the show. and it's on -- hulu has it on wednesday nights and my wife will be watching it, i'll go by and stop and i'll sit on the bed and go -- she'll say "what are you doing?" i'll say "i've got to see how this ends." [ laughter ] i'm in it, i know i'm in it. >> jimmy: i feel the same way. i know it sounds crazy but i cannot remember things that happen. maybe when you're in the middle of it it's harder to remember but i remember almost every one of your shows. if you could keep track of mine, that would be great.
[ laughter ] so you're doing some live shows in new jersey. do you still enjoy doing standup? >> yeah. i started in 1960. >> jimmy: 1960. >> so 54 years ago i started doing standup. [ cheers and applause ] it's my first love. i love -- there's nothing like being in front of a live audience and having them respond or you just go wherever you want to go and they go with you. >> jimmy: i tell you what, if you haven't had a chance to see bob live, your comedy album which is now a comedy cd, it's always sitting in my car, i pop in the when i want to listen to something funny. >> the comedy album -- i had never played a nightclub and they booked me into a club in houston, texas. and i was there for two weeks and we were going to record friday and then two shows on saturday for the album. so i go out on friday fight and they had mics all over the
place, this is for warner brother records. so the first show, well, it happens i got a heckler. i had a drunken woman in the front row. and i do the driving instructor and she says "that's a bunch of crap." [ laughter ] then i do sir walter raleigh. "that's a bunch of crap." so we listen to the tape, she is clearer than i am on that tape. [ laughter ] so we had two shows on saturday to get the album and it went crazy. went insane. >> jimmy: it was super popular. it was number one album. >> of the year, yeah. >> jimmy: of the year? >> yeah, it beat out belafonte. i hate to say it beat out elvis. [ cheers and applause ] it beat out frank. which frank wasn't all that thrilled about.
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like a lot of 19-year-olds, our next guest has ripped tickets at a movie theater. but she is starring along mark wahlbe wahlberg. please say hello to nicola peltz. [ cheers and applause ] >> how are you? >> i'm good, how are you? >> jimmy: you look fantastic. >> thank you for having me. >> i know you've been traveling all over the world promoting this film. where have you been so far? >> hong kong, shanghai, beijing. and we had the new york premier last night. >> jimmy: did mark bring his crazy friends along? >> he did. oh, yes, he did. >> jimmy: for those who don't know, mark wahlberg is a little bit nuts. and he has these friends -- >> mark's camp. >> jimmy: they're from boston like his old buddies. did you meet nacho.
>> oh, did i meet nacho? oh, yes, and hamster, all of them. >> jimmy: i don't know hamster. nacho, the haste time he was on the show, ate a ball of wasabi and drank three cups of tabasco sauce for like $500. mark gave him $500. >> that's it? just $500? i can beat that story. >> jimmy: what happened? in shanghai, it was a black tie premiere. so everyone is in gowns and tuxes. it was insane. and then we come to this green room, this holding room, and there are three centerpieces, and there are three vases and two goldfish in each vase. i go to the bathroom and i come back and one vase is empty. i'm like, it has to be mark's camp. so nacho ate two fish and the whole thing of water to get the fish down. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: did he get paid for that? >> he got paid 200 bucks.
[ laughter ] that's it. but he told me he would not have a milkshake because he's lactose intolerant. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well, you have to draw the line somewhere. >> he drew it right there. >> jimmy: now, the premiere in new york, your family is from new york. >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: they came with you to the premiere? >> yes. >> jimmy: how does that go from you? are you from a family that behaves itself? >> no, no. >> jimmy: or is your family like mine? >> like yours but more insane. i have six brothers and a sister. last night, half the theater was my friends and family. it was so embarrassing. >> jimmy: it was embarrassing? why was it embarrassing? >> i kind of acted like i didn't know them. it was embarrassing. i took over a whole row. i was so scared my brothers were going to say something embarrassing. michael bay was sitting next to me. it was like, okay, just don't talk the whole time. just watch the movie. but everyone loved it. >> jimmy: how old are your brothers? what is their age range? >> let me think for a second.
>> jimmy: and their social security numbers also. [ laughter ] >> i don't have that. it's 31, 27 -- they're going to get mad at me if i mess it up. then twins that are 24 and then 21. i'm 19 and i have two younger brothers that are 11. >> jimmy: oh, two 11-year-olds, so they must have loved the movie. >> they were mad rosie was not in the film. >> jimmy: oh, she was in the last film. >> they were mad she was not in this film. >> jimmy: you replaced her, right? >> they took a new story. >> jimmy: because mark wahlberg is in it. but there has to be one beautiful woman in the movie and you filled that role. >> i think mark filled that role. >> jimmy: you've got to be careful, he's dangerous. >> i don't want him to watch this. >> jimmy: what could be worse when you're an 11-year-old boy than the beautiful girl being swapped out for your sister. [ laughter ] >> yeah. it's their worst nightmare.
but they were happy they got to come to the set and see the cars. but after that, it was their worst nightmare. >> jimmy: when that you have many boys in your family, i would think boy culture probably dominates the house. >> i can hold my own. >> jimmy: you can? >> yes. i have a sister. >> jimmy: and she can hold her own? >> yes, together. >> jimmy: you have real fights in the family? >> well, we all grew up playing ice hockey? >> jimmy: you did? >> you don't believe me? >> jimmy: i have no reason not to believe you but i find it hard to believe. >> i understand. you play ice hockey? >> yes, i do. >> jimmy: what position? >> center right wing. >> now i don't, but i did. i was on a team called the lady bulldogs. there was one boy, though. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: there was? >> yes. >> jimmy: wait a minute. >> honestly. >> jimmy: there was a boy on the ladies -- >> you weren't supposed to talk about it but, yeah. >> jimmy: oh, my god. wow.
was that a punishment of some kind? >> honestly i think we just ignored it. it was kind of like the elephant in the room. >> jimmy: yeah, that must have really -- >> it was called the lady bulldogs. it should have been just the bulldogs or something. >> jimmy: yeah, really you didn't have to be. and what were the uniforms of the lady bulldog s? >> it was a black jersey with a fierce bull dog face. >> jimmy: okay, that makes it okay, i guess. >> but i wore pink gloves. >> jimmy: you did? >> i did. >> jimmy: but he didn't? >> he did not, know. >> jimmy: who is this kid that was on the lady bulldogs. >> i don't remember his name. >> jimmy: come on, you don't remember his name? i just remember there was one boy, yeah. >> jimmy: if i had grown up in your neighborhood, i would be probably been the one boy on the lady bulldogs. [ laughter ] well, it was very nice to meet you. congratulations on the big movie. it's a huge summer blockbuster. michael bay directed it. it's a big deal. it's called "transformers: age of extension."
>> the "jimmy kimmel live" concert series is presented by at&t. mobilizing your world. >> jimmy: i'd like to thank bob newhart, nicola peltz and apologize to matt damon, we ran out of time. "nightline" is next, but first, their album "they want my soul" comes out august 5th. here with the song "rent i pay," spoon.
[ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ i been losing sleep just nodding sleep that i wish that i know'd ♪ ♪ i lost all my tapes of back masking peace just for asking peace that i ought to be owed ♪ ♪ and that's the rent i'm paying just like my brother would say it ♪ ♪ out amongst the stars and the stones every kinda fortune gets old ♪
♪ i been losing sleep and i'm nodding sleep that i wish that i know'd ♪ ♪ mmmm and i lost all my tapes of back masking peace just for asking peace that i oughta be owed ♪ ♪ and that's the rent i pay like my brother say it that's the rent i pay ♪ ♪ the rent i pay like my brother say that's the rent i pay ♪ ♪ everybody knows just where you been going everybody knows the faces you been showing ♪ ♪ and if that's your answer no i ain't no dancer and if that's your answer no i ain't no dancer ♪
could, you believe what i gave up for good ♪ and when you stand beside me i can tell, stronger than i've ♪ ever been, but if you're gone, you know you don't come back ♪ ♪ i came home last night, i had no good news. ♪ i came home last night i had no good news ♪ and if you leave i'll never sing another tune. ♪ put on your red shoes when you
do, my love, i forget the world ♪ i may run with you, i got nowhere else ♪ i got nowhere else ♪ ♪ there's an army east that's rising still ♪ and i feel something stronger than i ever could ♪ because if you leave, you better run away for good ♪ ♪ if you leave you better run away for good ♪ ♪ leave, you better run, run,
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